Information sessions

Register your interest for an information session

We will run information sessions across Australia later in the year

Register your interest in attending an information session.

Hundreds of Australians take up the challenge to live and work in developing countries every year. The Australian Volunteers Program matches a broad range of skilled Australians with partner organisations in the Indo-Pacific region.

Come to an information session and meet:

  • Australian Volunteers Program staff who will share insights into the application process and explain what support you receive as an Australian volunteer.
  • Returned Australian volunteers who will share their experience on the program and give you a glimpse of what life is like as a volunteer.
  • Other like-minded Australians interested in sharing their skills overseas.

Register your interest and we will email you when details about the next round of information sessions is released. 

Online resources

We host online webinar versions of the information session every year. You can access the latest webinar recording below. 

Mark Brennan, Australian volunteer,  with Senior Legal Officers Elma Veenah Rizzu on the way back from Honiara Magistrate Court, Solomon Islands.
Mark Brennan, Australian volunteer, with Senior Legal Officer Elma Veenah Rizzu on the way back from Honiara Magistrates' Court, Solomon Islands.
Kall Sugden, Australian volunteer, checking the hyperbaric chamber with ProMedical colleague George Jack in Port Vila, Vanuatu.
Kall Sugden, Australian volunteer, checking the hyperbaric chamber with ProMedical colleague George Jack in Port Vila, Vanuatu.

This is a fully-supported volunteer program

We understand that volunteering overseas is a big commitment. We provide support so you can focus on what matters.

Australian volunteers are supported with:

  • Training
  • Return airfares
  • A living and accommodation allowance
  • Language training
  • In-country support
  • 24-hour health and emergency support and more.

We encourage people with disabilities, families, people from the LGBTIQ+ community and Indigenous Australians to apply.

Explore current volunteer opportunities.